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The horn stopped working and the fuse is fine. Any suggestions? Thanx

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Most likely cause is a defective horn. to diag. problem you will need a test light or volt meter and check for power or 12 volts or more while someone is pushing on horn pad.if power is there horn is bad. if not more dia is required. let me know.

Posted on Feb 09, 2010

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